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  • Second Reading Debate resumed from 5 April 2001, on motion by Senator Ridgeway : That this bill be now read a second
    Date: 27/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-27/0125 - Source: Senate

  • 15:37:00 Ridgeway, Sen Aden Senator RIDGEWAY New South Wales AD 0 —I am very pleased to be able to debate the Reconciliation Bill 2001 [2002] in the Senate today on behalf of the Australian Democrats. This bill was first tabled in April 2001, more than two years ago. I guess
    Date: 27/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-27/0126 - Source: Senate

  • 15:42:00 Evans, Sen Chris Senator CHRIS EVANS Western Australia ALP 0 —I rise to speak on the Reconciliation Bill 2001 [2002] . While the opposition is supportive of the general thrust of the bill, we do have a few reservations, which I will come to later. I congratulate Senator Ridgeway
    Date: 27/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-27/0127 - Source: Senate

  • 15:54:00 Ferris, Sen Jeannie Senator FERRIS South Australia LP 0 —If one were to listen to the contribution of Senator Evans one would believe that reconciliation is dead in this country. Nothing could be further from the truth. Reconciliation between Indigenous Australians and the wider community is an objective that
    Date: 27/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-27/0128 - Source: Senate

  • 16:14:00 Brown, Sen Bob Senator BROWN Tasmania AG 0 —The government opposes the Reconciliation Bill 2001 [2002] . It is a very sorry situation when a bill as constructive and uncontentious as this one which has been brought forward by Senator Ridgeway is opposed by the government of the day.
    Date: 27/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-27/0129 - Source: Senate

  • 16:21:00 Crossin, Sen Trish Senator CROSSIN Northern Territory ALP 0 —The Reconciliation Bill 2001 [2002] has been initiated by Senator Ridgeway on behalf of the Democrats. It has been a long-time desire of mine that we would see a bill such as this come before the federal parliament. It is
    Date: 27/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-27/0130 - Source: Senate

  • 16:41:00 Johnston, Sen David Senator JOHNSTON Western Australia LP 0 —When we hear speeches—right-minded speeches—such as we have heard from Senator Crossin, it puzzles me to think what went on between 1983 and 1996 in terms of reconciliation. What did happen? Let me tell you what happened. What happened was
    Date: 27/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-27/0131 - Source: Senate

  • 17:01:00 Kirk, Sen Linda Senator KIRK South Australia ALP 0 —I rise this evening also to speak on the Reconciliation Bill 2001 [2002] presented to the parliament by Senator Ridgeway, who is to be congratulated for this important initiative. Reconciliation began with the passage of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation
    Date: 27/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-27/0132 - Source: Senate

  • 17:12:00 Bartlett, Sen Andrew Senator BARTLETT Queensland AD Leader of the Australian Democrats 0 —The Reconciliation Bill 2001 [2002] before us today was first introduced over 2½ years ago by my colleague Senator Ridgeway. It is a piece of legislation aimed at getting some impetus back into reconciliation and it
    Date: 27/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-27/0133 - Source: Senate

  • 17:32:00 Scullion, Sen Nigel Senator SCULLION Northern Territory CLP 0 —I rise today not only to reaffirm this government's wholehearted commitment to the cause of reconciliation between Indigenous Australia and non-Indigenous Australia but initially to take the opportunity to make a few comments on Senator Bartlett's contribution. To try to
    Date: 27/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-27/0134 - Source: Senate

  • 17:52:00 Heffernan, Sen Bill Senator HEFFERNAN New South Wales LP 0 —It is a very great privilege for me to speak to the Reconciliation Bill 2001 [2002] , put forward by Senator Aden Ridgeway, who I think has put a bit of light at the end of the tunnel for
    Date: 27/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-27/0135 - Source: Senate

  • Second Reading
    Date: 05/04/2001 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2001-04-05/0045 - Source: Senate

  • 09:47:00 Ridgeway, Sen Aden Senator RIDGEWAY New South Wales AD 0 —I table the explanatory memorandum and move: That this bill be now read a second time. I seek leave to have the second reading speech incorporated in Hansard . Leave granted. The speech read as follows— I am very
    Date: 05/04/2001 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2001-04-05/0046 - Source: Senate

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